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  1. ian says:

    Its seems squished in the middle of the page.

  2. Dan says:

    No recent updates I see so hope you are busy with something or other – I was looking for a themed post to recount my experience of a change of train at Dovey Jct 2 days ago. For some reason everyone on the train from Barmouth was asked to get off there and change to the opposite platform for a replacment train on the other line. Place can rarely have been so busy!

  3. Graham says:

    Ian my friend. My, this is posh isn’t it? It’s different anyway. Looks good.
    I just thought I’d let you know I’ve changed my blog address. And I’m not doing so much of it lately, as life just keeps getting busier and more crowded. Lovely chatting with you dear boy, chin chin and we’ll meet again, best wishes to you and your beloved.
    x

  4. Dom says:

    Hi Ian,

    I am a reader from Rome, Italy, enjoying the Italian translation “Isole,incotri, pub, soprattutto pub”. Your book is great, I just felt right to tell you this.

    I am actually discovering something about England I did not know before, even if I lived in London for 2 years in the past. I will be soon back to England for work, and you can bet I will visit some of the places of the book!

    Big thanks from here.

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